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. the beginning 
of another day 




Dedication 



The Class of 1983 would like to give Dr. 
Maurine Horsman the best gift we have to 
offer-the dedication of our yearbook. 
Through her kindness, leadership, support 
and guidance we have all gained a friend. 

Dr. Horsman has been at NASC since 
1969 and presently holds a position in the 
English Department. It was largely through 
her efforts that the Public Relations track 
was organized within this department. Dr. 
Horsman has also recently been appointed 
English Careers Adviser, which involves 
assisting English majors in finding 
internships and post-graduate work. She 
has also endeavored to take on the 
position of adviser to our college 
yearbook, for which we are truly grateful. 

Surely, Dr. Horsman is dedicated to this 
school and to all of us who are graduating 
in 1983. We would like to take this time to 
thank her for ALL the help and 
perseverance she has displayed in our four 
years on this campus. 




Contents 



Foreward 4 

Individuals 17 

Administration 

Faculty 

Seniors 

Groups 65 

Clubs 

Intramurals 
Living 
Surprise 

Events 94 

Sports 

Parents Weekend 
Winter Study 
Other Events 
Theatre 
Yahoo Fest 
Senior Week 
Graduation 



Sponsors 133 



Senior Directory 

Messages 

Patrons 

Advertisers 

Credits 




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View of Murdock Hall before the Towers were built. 



Foreword 



North Adams State College, located in the heart of the Berkshire 
Mountains, was founded in 1894. Thirty-two women and three men 
made up the first student body and the campus consisted of only 
Murdock Hall and Smith House (the presidential residence). Since 
this time the college has gone through many changes and incredible 
growth. 

It wasn't until 1960 that the name of the college was changed from 
"North Adams State Teachers College" to its present name. It was 
also at this time that the curriculum was expanded to include other 
majors besides Education. The enrollment kept growing as well as 
the size of the campus and subsequent number of buildings. 

Because the growth of this college spanned so many years the 
architecture of each building is different. The different types of 
windows represented by each seems to reflect this difference in 
time. 

Just as all these elements have been brought together to provide 
us with a rich and diversified education, we, as people, have come 
together for the purpose of learning. Just as the windows of this 
school represent their own time and place, our eyes represent us as 
our "windows to the world". 





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Graduating Class of 1921. 




Between classes in the Quad, 1982. 






View of Clarksburg from the hairpin turn. 



We, the Staff of the 1983 Mohawk 
have worked hard and diligently to 
produce a memorable yearbook for 
you. It is our sincere hope that you will 
all enjoy it today and also in the many 
years to come. 





Mohawk 1983 

North Adams State College 
North Adams, Massachusetts 

YEARBOOK STAFF 

Theresa McCredie editor-in-chief 

Karie Cedar business editor 

Paula Coutroubis layout editor 

Lori Finneral managing editor 

Bonnie Lewis copy editor 

Renda Maher photography editor 

Dave Nesbit . . associate photography editor 

Dr. Maurine Horsman adviser 



Looking In 



We all need time to be alone: 
to rest, to contemplate, to look 
within. We catch these moments 
when we can. Often, they occur 
between the lines of a book, in 
the walk between classes, or in 
the night before falling to sleep. 
This time is important. It helps us 
to maintain a feeling for who we 
are and where we fit into this 
often crazy world. 




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Looking out into the world we find we 
each have our own unique perspective, our 
own view. What we actually "see" is 
largely influenced by that part of our lives 
which has already passed. We are faced 
each day with the challenge of adding new 
perspectives to this already existing view. 
We succeed in doing this to a large extent 
with the help of our friends and lovers. 
Through communication and interaction 
we add a new dimension to our lives. 



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Looking Around 



Looking around us we find a 
very complex world. It is made 
up of matter and energy. It is 
filled with theories, ideas, and 
emotions. We are forever 
interacting with this constantly 
changing world. Our motion 
sends us about our world of 
school, sports, jobs and parties. 
We study, and dance, and talk, 
and sing, and learn 



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Sometimes we need to 
get away from the 
seriousness of life 
and do some clowning 
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With the help of dedicated people 

like Coach Shewcraft we continue 

to pursue our future goals. 





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Broader Horizons 




.... And that was why we were here- 
to learn, to broaden our knowledge of 
ourselves and the world. To try to take 
that knowledge and apply it toward the 
work we must do to sustain ourselves 
and our fellow world citizens. Through 
our teachers, coaches, advisers; 
through books and other media our 
eyes have been opened to encompass a 
much broader view of life. We have 
rolled up the shade of our windows- 
may we grow in the light of our new 
perceptions. 




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Administration ... 18 



Faculty 



Seniors 




A letter from President William P. Haas to 
the graduating class of 1983 




February 16, 1983 



Dear Graduate: 



1979 was a great year, remember? That is when you and I arrived 
at NASC, you as freshmen and I as president. We both had much to 
learn, problems to solve, friends to make and memories to store. 

Now you have reached a plateau in your lives from which you must 
begin again to plan the future. Hopefully, many of you have a good 
idea of what your next step will be. Others of you are perhaps still 
as uncertain about some things as you were as freshmen. And that is 
not all bad either - if you realize your uncertainty and know how to 
deal with it. 

For what it is worth, I learned the hard way that the future is 
always to a large degree uncertain. It is the present in which you can 
grasp the reality of your strengths and weaknesses, that gives some 
measure of certainty. 

I hope that I have been able to make some contribution to your 
success at NASC. Mrs. Haas and I have enjoyed the friendship of many 
of you and will always have a special fondness for the class of '83. 
Keep growing, keep learning and keep up the good work! And best wishes 
for the future. 



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William P. 
President 




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Thomas M. Jones 

Vice President of Administration and 
Finance 



Rodger Summers 

Vice President of Student Affairs 




Stephen A. Green 

Dean of Undergraduate Studies 




James R. Roach 

Vice President of Academic Affairs 




Ellen Kennedy, president ol the Student Government Sssociatton 
1982-83, presiding hum some serious business it was .< tough yeai 
tor both the SGA and campus organizations because funds wt 
low but we m.ulr it throughl 



Mary M. Fuqua 

Dean of Graduate and Continuing Studies 







Here we go again! Another course, another instruc- 
tor- whew! Four years of shuffling in and out of 
classrooms on our journey through the college ex- 
perience. It took a lot of time, energy and effort to 
get through the seemingly endless number of 
classes. 




Joseph P. DeOrdio 

Associate Dean for Student Services 




William T. West, Jr. 

Director of Admissions 



Charles A. Mclsaac 

Director of Library 



Patricia J. Prendergast 

Director of Institutional Research 



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Ellen Doyle 

Director of Counseling 



Leo J. Charette 

Staff Assistant to the Vice President of 
Academic Affairs 



Charlotte Degen 

Director, Learning Skill Center/Special 
Services 




— And when it was time for something to say, we 
learned to say it (if we didn't already know how!) 
Many of us were presented for the first time with 
situations where we had to lead, organi/e and/or 
work closely with others for a common goal. 




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Donald M. Honeman 

Director of Financial Aid 




Stuart L. Seavey 

Dlrectoi of Student Records §nd Reglstrai 






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John Truskowski 

Director of Computer Services 




Nancy W. Granger 

Director of Intramurals 




Many close friendships were formed during our stay at 
NASC. The experiences we shared with friends were often 
as important to our growth as our academic studies. We 
learned a lot about ourselves and others through our 
relationships with these special people. 




Drew M. Calandrella 

Director of Career Planning and Placement 



James J. Cozzaglio 

Staff Associate/Bursar 



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Glenn A. Cassis 

Campus Center Director 



Leon F. Peters 

Staff Assistant for Graphic Arts 




4 William Caprari 

Assistant Director of Campus Center 



James F. Sulzman 

Staff Associate for Counseling Services 





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BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 



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Chairman 






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Chairman 



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Med. Tech. Coordinator 




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Paul Humora 



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Fred Johns 





Richard Yanow 




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4 Elizabeth Kendall 







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4 Charles Corrado 



Business 



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Vincent Donohue 



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4 Edward Scott 




Christopher Kayes 
Comer Dailey 




^ Paul Duquette 
w- Ernest Giangrande 





COMPUTER 
SCIENCE 




. . terminate at line work space is full illegal 

command . when will it all end?? too many 

programs . . too many classes zzzzzz 



* Leonard Adelson 

Chairman 




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Michael Sabol 



* John Hess 

Chairman 



CHEMISTRY 




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EDUCATION 



* William Minardi 




Helen Redl 
Richard Sleeman 




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Jack Conklin 

Chairman 

Pamela Summers 






Neil McLeod 
Raymond Sullivan 




ENGLISH 





Robert Bishoff 



R. Michael Haines (left) Frederick Bressette (right) 

Chairman 




Helen Brown 





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Maurine Horsman 




Paul LeSage 





Bonnie Bishoff 
Lea Newman 



Arnold Bartini 
Donald Washburn 






Eugene Melville (left), Katherine Heiligman (right). 

Chairperson 



H. Lee Combs 




INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES 

Interdisciplinary Studies is a liberal arts major which allows a student to 
intergrate two or more academic areas into one field of study. Two faculty 
members are chosen to work closely with the student and to sponsor the 
project. Mark Goldstein is chairman of the department and W. Anthony 
Gengarelly and Ellen Schiff are directly associated with the program. 
Affiliated professors are: 

William S. Anderson, Jr. Stephen A. Green 

Richard E. Markham R- Michael Haines 

Michael A. Sabol Lawrence H. Vadnais, Jr. 

John L. Conklin 



4 Ellen Schiff 




. hard work and determination .... and homework ... homework . homework 



HISTORY/POLITICAL SCIENCE 




Robert Bence 



Chairman 



Daniel Connerton 



Randall Hansis 
Clark Billings 





MATH 



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Joseph Jordan 



George Gloster 



Dwight Killam 




Louis Cuccinello 



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MUSIC 



LEARNING SKILL 
CENTER 

Programs offered by the Learning Skill 
Center are intended to support students 
and prospective students who need help 
beyond that which is offered in regular 
classes. The purpose of these programs is 
to help students deal more effectively 
with their college courses by enabling 
them to understand and work on individ- 
ual programs in Mathematics, English, 
Reading, and Study Skills. The Learning 
Skill Center is staffed with teachers, 
teacher assistants, and tutors to provide 
academic support in specific college 
courses. The center imparts the basic 
skills required both for effective work in 
college and for the satisfying pursuit of 
life-long learning. 



MODERN LANGUAGE 

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Anthony Nicastro 

Chairman 

Justyna Carlson 



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PHILOSOPHY 



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Chairman 

Samuel Gomez 






Denise Hogan 



Arthur Sulliwm 



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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




* James Ellingwood 

Chairman 



Susan Getchell 



Ronald Shewcraft 




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... at last a course where I can be creative . . . what do you think of my masterpiece?? ... an artist's 
individuality definitely shows through 



Bernard Clairmont (left) 
Carl Wolf (right) 



PHYSICS 




William Seeley 

Chairman 




James May 

Chairman 



PSYCHOLOGY 




James Schoen 



Samuel Clarke 




Timothy Jay 



Robert Hamilton 



William Anderson 




. . term papers . . . midterms . . . exams . . . finals . . . socialites . . . the 
library has seen them all 



SOCIOLOGY/ANTHROPOLOGY 





Leonard Paolillo 



► Ellen Gillespie 



Charles Mark 




Maynard Seider 



Albert Bartovics 



Myles Whitney 

Chairman 



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In Memorium 



On Friday morning, March 25, 1983, Randy Warren was killed in a pedestrian 
accident while vacationing in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Call it fate or God's will if you 
so believe, but the unanswerable question will always remain — why? 

Randy was a senior here at NASC who was scheduled to graduate in May. He was 
a Business Administration major concentrating in the marketing. 

Like all young men of 22, Randy had 
high hopes and aspirations for his fu- 
ture life. He was a man with guts 
enough to take on a challenge and 
come out a winner. A man whose 
hopes and dreams were realistic and 
within grasp. A man who would have 
obtained what he so desired had he not 
been suddenly taken away. 

Randy was an active person with a 
seemingly unlimited supply of energy. 
He loved most to ski, on both water and land, and his expertise was obvious. He was 
a go-getter who strove for perfection in everything he did. He was a friend to all 
who knew him. 

Never again will we be able to see the happy-go-lucky red head in physical 
presence, but he will live forever in our hearts and minds. His crazy laugh and his 
bad jokes are only memories now. But they are merely a speck of the endless 
memories that will never be forgotten by those of us who knew and loved him. 

Rest in peace good friend. 







Seniors 



Ruth Allen 

Marketing 

Scott Andersen 

Marketing 

John Arasimowicz 

Sociology 




Richard Arconel 

English 

Kerry Armour 

Biology 

Josh Arnold 

History/IDS 



Neal Arsenault 

Management 

Dana Ashworth, Jr. 

Management 

Jayne Auclair 

Marketing 








Michelle Baia 

Management 

Lisa Balestracci 

Biology 

Dana Barisano 

Computer Science/Management 




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Brenda M. Barrett 

Management 

Brenda Barry 

English 

Kathleen Barry 

Management 




Maureen M. Barry 

Finance 

Ellen Bartlett 

Psychology 

Julie Barton 

Computer Science 




Robert Beady 

Marketing 

Kim Beaudet 

Psychology 

Kathleen Bednarski 

Management 




Debra S. Belson 

Marketing 

Kathleen Benson 

History 

Ellen Berlin 

Mai keting 






Robert A. Bickel 

Computer Science 

Donna Blackstone 

Management 

Joanne Bonanno 

Early Childhood Ed. 




jim Borgman 

Management 



Verne Bosworth 

Elementary Ed. 






Remember your first view of North Adams 
and how you wondered what life had in 
store for you - it's funny that upon leaving 
and looking back, you experience the same 
wondering. 



Phyllis Brady 

Psychology 

Jill Braney 

English 

Louis Breen, Jr. 

Sociology 




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Theresa A. Bresnahan 

History 

Joel Brothers 

Math 

Richard M. Brown 

Management 



Laurie A. Bruce 

Med. Tech./Biology 

Frances Buckley 

History 

Julie Burke 

Accounting 



Joanne Bush 

Computer Science 

Denise Cabana 

Sociology 

Philip Caiazzi 

Math 



Debbie Caico 

Early Childhood Ed. 

Shari Campagna 

History 

Lisa M. Canning 
Management 



Elizabeth Caretta 

Computer Science 

Arthur Carlson, Jr. 

Finance 

Dorothy Carroll 

English/Communications 




Nancy Carroll 

Sociology 

Susan Carroll 

Sociology 

Linda Carty 

Marketing 




Karie Cedar 

Management 

Jeffrey Chaput 

Management 

Mark Cimini 

Physics 




Maryrita Clougher 

Marketing 

Sally Cochrane 

Sociology 

Susan Coffey 

Sociology 




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Susan Coleman 

Management 

Karen Collins 

Computer Science 

Julie Colman 

Management 




Judith Colyer 

English 

Timothy M. Connel 

Accounting 

Paul Cooney 

Marketing 




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Most of us made many friends while attend- 
ing college at North Adams State. Some we 
know we will see in the future, while others 

We wish them all the best! 





Timothy Corbin 

Computer Science 



Tracy Corcoran 

Sociology 



Patricia Costa 

Biology 

Michael Cramer 

Math 

Janet P. Crary 

Sociology 




Philip Crowley 

English 

Diane Cullen 

English 

Susan Cyr 

Early Childhood Ed. 





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John E. Daly, IV 

Psychology 

Kimberly Davis 

Finance 

Cheryl Desrochers 

Marketing 




Donna Deyab 

Psychology 

Janine Doherty 

English 

Michael Doherty 

Marketing 





Mary Donlon 

Sociology 

Mary Lee Donovan 

English 

Patricia Donovan 

Management 




Jacqueline Doros 

History 

Leo Doyle 

Marketing 

Cheryl Dumala 

Computer Science 





Kevin Dunham 

Management 

Christopher R. Durand 

Accounting 

Diane Dymek 

Early Childhood Ed. 




Bruce Eldridge 

IDS 

James English 

Marketing 

Patricia Farnham 

English/Communications 






Gary Fisher 

Computer Science 



Donna Fitzgerald 

Computer Science 






Among the pages of this book many faces 
will stand out with their smiles. 



Mario J. Fricchione 

Computer Science 

Cindy Friedman 

Chemistry 

James Friedman 

Marketing 







Tom Gallagher 

Marketing 

Wendy Marie Gans 

Early Childhood Ed. 

Phyllis Gavin 

Marketing 





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Brenda Gehring 

Biology/Med. Tech. 

Celeste Giommi 

Elementary Ed. 

Lisa Giovanucci 

Chemistry 





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Patrick Gloster 

Biology/Chemistry 

Diane Goodwin 

Computer Science 

Jeanne Gosselin 

English 



Michael Gower 

Sociology 

Mary Grant 

Sociology 

Valerie Green 

Early Childhood Ed. 




Kristin Gronberg 

Computer Science 

Donna Guarrera 

Chemistry 

Julie Hall 

Management 



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Mark Hanabury 

Finance 

Lisa J. Hazard 

Accounting 

Robin Hempel 

Biology 




Matthew Hemphill 

Marketing 

Leo Holewa 

Computer Science 

Jane E. Holopainen 

English 




Patricia Hough 

Elementary Ed. 

Colleen Hourihan 

Management 

Darcie Lynne Hunt 

Marketing 






Nancy lacuessa 

Sociology 

Michael A. loanna 

English/Communications 

Paula Isabelle 

Marketing 




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George Jacobs 

Sociology 

Teri E. Jones 

Early Childhood Ed. 

Mary Joyce 

Management 




Robin Kalm 

Accounting 

Erin Keaney 

Marketing 

Janice Kelly 

Accounting 





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Ellen Kennedy 

Marketing 



James Kennedy 
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Pam Kennedy 

Sociology 

Bernadette Keville 

Accounting 

Deborah J. Kiley 

Computer Science 




Richard King 

Management 

Scott Kinter 

Marketing 

Sue Knightly 

Sociology 




Robert Knych 

Computer Science 

Beth Labelle 

Sociology 

Lauren LaClair 

Med. Tech./Biology 




Emily May LaFalce 

Psychology/Sociology 

Lisa Lafleur 

Management 

Beth Laing 

Early Childhood Ed. 





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Nancy Lanata 

Biology 

Marion Lanni 

Sociology 

Denise M. L'Antigua 

Accounting 




Lissa Lasonde 

Accounting 

Lynn Latraverse 

Physics 

Marie Lavin 

Early Childhood Ed. 




David LeBlanc 

Accounting 

Theresa Leboeuf 

Psychology 

Laura LePere 

Sociology 




Douglas Livolsi 
\( ( ounting 

Kimberly Loeschner 

Med. Tech. /Biology 

Christopher Lund 
Marketing 






Peggie Lydon 

Sociology 

Deborah MacDonald 

Management 

Colin MacKenzie 

Management 




Cindy MacNaught 

Sociology 




Mark Maguire 

Management 





Friends who were there to lean on, to stand 
by you in good times and in bad . . . 



Christine Maher 

Computer Science 

Dennis Mahoney 

English 

Theresa Mahoney 

Sociology 




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George Malone 

History 

Andrea Mantineo 

Sociology 

Darcy Marcella 

Management 




Glen C. Martin 

Computer Science 

Jim Martin 

Computer Science 

Joanne Masterson 

Management 




Ursula Matys 

Sociology 

Philip Maynard 

Management 

Sue McCarthy 

Early Childhood Ed. 




Lorraine McCormick 

Elementary Education 

Theresa McCredie 

Biology 

Linda McDonald 

V i ounting 






Erika McDowell 

Early Childhood Ed. 

Pamela McKenna 

Marketing 

Kurt McLaughlin 

Biology 




Maryanne McRae 

Marketing 

Joan McWhirt 

Sociology 

Barbara Medrek 

Marketing 




Cynthia Miano 

Computer Science 

Larry Michon 

Bus. Admin. 

George Mickle 

Management 




Judy Miller 

English 

Julie Miller 

Psychology 

Debra Minarik 

Biology/Med. Tech. 




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Tom Moffatt 

Management 

Joyce Mongeau 

Sociology 

James Moore 

Marketing 




Anne Mueller 

Sociology 

Mary E. Murphy 

Accounting 

Paul H. Murphy, Jr. 

History 




Friends will always be lodged in our mem- 
ory, forever there for safe keeping. 




Karen Napolitano 

English 




Charles Neild 

Marketing 






James Newton 

Bus. Admin. 

Christine M. Nieroda 

Med. Tech. 

Michael Nigro 

Accounting 




David Nisbet 

Management 

Karen Nolet 

English 

Jennifer Norton 

English 




Michael O'Brien 

Accounting 

Maureen O'Connell 

Management 

Kevin O'Connor 

Finance 




Kevin O'Connor 

Sociology 

Sandra Orcutt 

English 

Kurt O'Sullivan 

Sociology 




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Penny Ozella 

Biology 

Ellen Parisella 

English/Communications 

Nina Pelletier 

History 




Lisa Pellicconi 

English 

Lori Peterson 

Computer Science 

Steve Plamondon 

Finance 




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Nancy Ellyn Pratt 

Management 

Timothy Pratt 

Management 

Diane Puopolo 

Med. Tech. /Biology 




Deidra Pryor 

Bus. Admin. 

Jean Randall 

Elementary Ed. 

Jeffrey Reed 
M.u keting 






Colleen R. Regan 

Management 



Raymond Remillard 

Computer Science 






In our wanderings through life, sometimes 
we follow tracks, sometimes we cut our 
own . . . 



Cheryl Richter 

Biology 

Susan Rogers 

Sociology 

Michael Saheed 

Computer Science 




Tricia Sain 

Sociology/Communications 

Anthony M. Sanchez 

Management 

Carolyn Scheehser 

Marketing 




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Ann Schloth 

Early Childhood Ed. 

Christopher Scott 

Accounting 

Theresa Scott 

Computer Science 




Bill Shaner 

Biology 

Gerald W. Shay 

Marketing 

Tom Shottes 

Finance 




Brian Siegel 

English 

Debra A. Sjodahl 

English/Communications 

Tom Slicklen 

Marketing 




Deborah Smith 

I ni;lish/Communkdtions 

Jennifer Smith 
Math 

Desiree Sovie 

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Karen Springer 

Psychology 

Bernard Stelmach 

Computer Science/History 

Joe Stevens 

English 




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Clare Stewart 

Psychology 

Lisa Stolarski 

Finance 

Andrew Stone 

Chemistry 




Marilyn Strycharz 

Accounting 

Sylvia Sturgis 

Finance 

Dianne Sullivan 

Early Childhood Ed. 





Terri Sullivan 

Marketing 

Jane Thomas 

Early Childhood Ed. 

Mary Tourtellotte 

English 




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Scott Tricoff 

English 

Mark Trulli 

Computer Science 

Steve Tworig 

Biology 




Linda Unsworth 

Management 

Darryl Valovcin 

Computer Science 

Jennifer Walker 

Elementary Ed. 




Katherine Walsh 

English 

Randall Warren 

Marketing 

Stan Wasilauski 

Finance 




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Tina Wentworth 

Early Childhood Ed. 

Sharon Wetnicka 
Management 

Donna White 
Med rech. Biolo 






Judith White 

Marketing 

Sandy White 

Sociology 

Bruce Whitney 

English 




Marie Whitney 

Elementary Ed. 

Natalie Wilcox 

Chemistry 

Thomas Wilcox 

Sociology 




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Joseph Wilk 

History 

Heather Witto 

Accounting 

Donna Worthen 

Early Childhood Ed. 




Janine Marie Wynn 

Marketing 

James Zepka 

Biology 





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Seniors 

(not pictured) 



Phyllis Alcombright 
Richard Arcand 
Mona Argentini 
Hope Armstrong 
Alfred Austin, Jr. 
John Babcock 
Mark Babcock 
David Bailot 
Bonnie Baldwin 
Rita Bassett 
Patricia Baugh 
Ralph Beer 
Elizabeth Berasi 
Victor Bernardo 
Steven Binder 
Diane Blagdon 
Kevin Blanchard 
Jeffrey Boutin 
Francis Brazeau 
Marjorie Brund 
Thomas Canning 
Albert Capone 
Cynthia Carr 
Diane Charbonneau 
Elaine Choate 
Carolyn Clark 
John Collins 
Janice Colter 
Anne Conklin 
Susan Conklin 
Anne Constantinos 
Janis Craft 
Gary Critelli 
David Cutter 
Kathleen Dalma 
Ross Deblois 
Frank Degrazia 
Peter Desforge 
Lisa Dewhurst 
Chris Dillon 
Dawne Dinicola 
William Disisto 
Stephen Doherty 
Patricia Donahue 
David Donelan 
Donna Duclus 
Edward Duda 
Edward English 
Dawn Erickson 
Patricia Ettinger 
Beatrice Faustine 
Susan Fletcher 
Joyce Foley 
Timothy Fontaine 
Stephen Forfa 
Sara Fox 

Lawrence Freshler 
Jeffrey Gardella 
Bonnie Gardner 
Patricia Gaucher 
Raymond Gaudette, Jr. 
Thomas Gentile 
Kathy Ginthwain 



Charles Gravel 
Alexander Groves 
Kristan Gurton 
Scott Gustafson 
Bernard Gwozdz 
Lynn Haring 
Robert Hastings 
William Hein 
Margaret Higgins 
Scott Holbrook 
Mark Horowitz 
Elizabeth Horton 
Keith Howard 
Kevin Hurd 
Walter Jenkins 
Theresa Jones 
Anne Jzyk 
Frederick Kelly 
Mark Kennedy 
Pamela Kestyn 
Kevin Kiley, Jr. 
David King 
Geoffrey King 
Joseph Kinnally 
Donald Kisiday 
Dayle Klemansky 
Karla Korn 
Annmarie Kotowski 
Terry Kramer 
Frances Krzeminski 
Judith Lahert 
Caroline Lambert 
Ellen Lantz 
Brian LeFave 
Ann LePine 
Diane LePore 
Andrew Linzly 
Claudia Little 
Edward Lynch 
Maryellen Mahoney 
Martha Mahoney 
Joann Martin 
Stephanie Marvin 
Terri Mason 
Philip Mayo 
Paul Mazzarella 
Daniel McCabe 
Robert McCarthy 
Susan McCarthy 
Francis McCartin 
David McCormack 
Timothy McDonough 
John McHale, Jr. 
Barbara McShane 
Jeffrey Mexzywor 
Richard Medeiros, Jr. 
Christopher Meikle-John 
Craig Miller 
Mary Miller 
Mary Montgomery 
Mary Moran 
Maureen Murphy 
Ronald Myers 



Deborah Narel 
David Newton 
Trula Nicholas 
John Paine 
Andrew Papalegis 
Jeffrey Parker 
Pamela Petri 
David Petropulos 
Karen Potter 
Guy Presutti 
Joanne Principe 
Tracy Purdy-Martin 
David Quetti 
Paula Quigley 
Michele Radley 
Pamela Ramage 
Thomas Reilly, Jr. 
Janet Roy 
Tim Ruel 
Julie Sampson 
Christopher Scannel 
Jerome Schoen 
Robert Seney 
Edward Shea 
Laurie Shoulla 
John Sojka 
Stephanie Sparages 
William Spath 
Roxanne Spence 
Charles Stevens 
Peter Stopera 
Lindsay Strode 
Barry Sullivan 
Algird Sunskis 
Dennis Tash 
Marie Tatro 
Marc Therriault 
Pamela Tolland 
Kaspar Torosian 
Stephen Trask 
Mary Tripp 
Charles Troy 
Mary Turner 
Kim Twining 
Steven Urkiel 
Nancy Vogt 
Lynn Vosburgh 
Virginia Walachy 
Katrina Warren 
William Waslick 
Robert Webb 
Paul Weitz 
Richard Whalen 
trie Williams 
Gary Williams 
John Wojclak 
W. Randall Wood 
Christopher Wym.in 
Gregory Ya< ovone 
John Young 
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Intramurals 71 



Living 76 

Surprise 88 



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Intramural Programs 

Over the past four years, most members of our class have 
spent countless hours competing with and against our friends in 
the NASC Intramural Program. The program was organized so 
that all of us, no matter what our athletic abilities, could enjoy 
healthful activities in a friendly, competitive atmosphere. 

Participation in this program not only helped give us a bit of 
diversion from our studies; it kept us physically fit in the pro- 
cess. From tossing the disc in Ultimate Frisbee to moving pegs 
on the Cribbage board, there was something in the program 
that attracted our attention as participants. Many of us also 
became avid spectators as we cheered our friends on to victory. 
Others got involved by becoming l-M Council members, game 
officials and program supervisors and thus enhanced our lead- 
ership skills through these experiences. We will look back fond- 
ly with memories of the Floor Hockey playoffs in Venable Gym, 
the Golf tournaments at Stamford Valley, the indoor Soccer 
tournament, Hoop finals, activities in the game room, matches 
in the Racquetball court and of the many other programs 
through which we made life-long friends. 



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MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1983 
RECEIVING INTRAMURAL AWARDS: 

IAMES T. AMSLER INTRAMURAL SERVICE 
AWARD 

STEPHEN FORFA 
THOMAS WILCOX 

Given to two seniors who have worked 
throughout their college years for the 
betterment of the Intramural Program. This 
award is named after the college's former 
president. 





RAYMOND C. SULLIVAN l-M TEAM 
SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD 

BUNYEAS 
NINERS 

Awarded annually to the l-M teams that have 
demonstrated leadership on the field of play 
through their sportsmanlike attitude. The 
teams receiving this award must have played 
together as a unit for a three to four year 
period. This award is named after former 
Dean of Students Sullivan who is currently 
teaching in the Education Department. 



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RANDALL WARREN UNSUNG HERO 
AWARD 

KEVIN KILEY 

Given annually to the senior student who 
best exemplifies determination, dedication 
and competitiveness in a manner which 
encourages the underlying spirit of the 
entire Intramural Program. This award is 
named after Randy Warren; a member of 
our class who unexpectedly lost his life in 
March of 1983. 




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ELECTED TO SERVE ON THE l-M 

COUNCIL: 

Darcie Hunt, Jim Kennedy, John McHale, 
Kevin B. O'Connor, Jerry Shay, Tom Wilcox, 
Tony Sanchez, Joel Brothers, Dana Barisano. 





INTRAMURAL PROGRAM STUDENT 
SUPERVISORS FROM THE CLASS OF 1983: 

Dana Ashworth, Joel Brothers, Phil Caiazzi, 
Bill DiSisto, Steve Forfa, Scott Kinter, Rick 
Lynch, Mark C. Maguire, Chuck Neild, Paul 
Mazzarella, Tony Sanchez, Jerry Shay, Kevin 
B. O'Connor, Charlie Stevens, Tom Wilcox. 



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l-M TEAMS MADE UP PREDOMINANTLY 
OF MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1983: 

Clams, Chalet, Fighting Irish, KoKaine Kids, 
Gancarz International, Clydesdales, 
Woodmen, White Line Fever, Niners, 
Bunyeas, Pell Mell, Pele's Primos, SYL. 



MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1983 WHO 
ACTED AS GAME OFFICIALS: 

Janet Crary, Basrija Adzemovic, Frank 
McCartin, Dana Barisano, Joel Brothers, 
Kurt McLaughlin, Dave Cutter, Mike 
Gower, Nancy Huie, Jeff Reed, Eddie Shea, 
Bob Pasquale, Neal Symonds, Kevin 
Dunham, Rick Lynch, Paul Malone, John 
McHale, Brad Goosens, Kevin Hall, Mike 
Doherty, Colin MacKenzie, Joe Kinally, 
Chuck Neid, John Walls, Henry Watford, Bil 
Waslick, Andy Marhoffer. 








Berkshire 
Towers 

The Towers: an interesting experience in 
living! Was it good or couldn't you wait to 
get out of there? All those people together, 
most of whom had never "lived" for any 
length of time away from home. Can you 
remember? You'll have to because these 
pictures don't come close to depicting what 
life there was really like. Oh well, happy 
remembering, anyway. 





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Hoosac Hall 

Remember checking your mailbox 
everyday? It wasn't that you were homesick 
- not really. But you wanted to stay 
connected to the world you left behind 
when you entered college. Maybe you had 
a boyfriend or girlfriend to keep in touch 
with over the miles - that was a little tough. 
But there was plenty to do to keep busy: 
going to classes, studying, or just finding 
time to relax, maybe with some new found 
friends. 





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Townhouses 

A step up in living! At least you had your 
own kitchen, and some sort of feeling that 
you were a little more self-sufficient there. 
Roommates could still be a problem! It 
wasn't always easy living with up to five 
other individuals in the same apartment. 
But then again, you got real tight with some 
of them and maybe even established 
friendships for life. And then there were 
lots of good parties and zany times, and 
helping each other through heartaches and 
heart breaks and life and hey - we all "get 
by with a little help from our friends"! 




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Off-Campus 

Off campus living was even more diverse 
than any of the other on-campus situations. 
You found friends to share apartments with 
and enjoyed some additional privileges and 
"freedoms". Quiet people could try to find 
quiet apartments and co-ed living became 
your own business. Some people lived 
at home with parents and some parents 
became students. All in all, off campus 
living was a great experience. For some of 
us it also made moving back home a little 
hard to do! 




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Due to the poor response of Clubs and other 
Campus Organizations to participate in the 
Yearbook, there were several extra pages left in 
this section. And because there were so many 
graduation photos (and also because it is your 
book), we decided to dedicate the next six 
pages to the Graduating Class of 1983. 







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Sports 96 

Parent's Weekend . 106 

Winter Study 108 

Other Events 110 

Theatre 116 

Yahoo Fest 118 

Senior Week 122 

Graduation 129 







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As the 1982-83 academic year winds down to a close, Intercollegiate 
Athletics at NASC must not go unnoticed. Hard work and dedication by 
both players and coaches put NASC in a class by itself, head and 
shoulders above the rest in the Massachusetts State Conference. 

A total of thirteen teams representing twelve sports competed in four 
conferences with over half of the Mohawk squads experiencing winning 
campaigns. 

This was a different year from those of seasons past. Both the Men's 
Soccer and Men's Ice Hockey teams were expected to improve their 
respective records from that of a year ago. Both squads got off to a slow 
start, but with the determination and dedication of the players and 
coaches involved, each team finished strong. The ice hockey team 
finished well enough to earn a berth in the ECAC Hockey Tournament 
for the fourth consecutive season, while the soccer team finished a win 
or two shy of the same accomplishment. The top women's team was in 
volleyball. The Mohawk Spikers qualified for their second straight season 
tourney appearance after duplicating their 1982 performance with ten 
victories during the regular season. 

The Coed Alpine Ski team , in its second year as a varsity sport, came 
two points away from qualifying for the national tournament. The Men's 
Cross Country, Basketball and Baseball teams won more than they lost 
while placing high in their respective leagues. Youth and inexperience 
hampered the Women's Field Hockey, Tennis, Basketball and Softball 
teams from achieving winning seasons. 

Whether it be a win on the field, or a loss on the court, the 1982-83 
Mohawk athletes demonstrated true sportsmanship and dedication. Win 
or lose, they can hold their heads high with pride - they were NASC 
Mohawks! 



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Sports Information Director 

Class of 1983 



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Overall: 8 - 12 
MASCAC: 3 - 7 




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Overall: 10-6-2 
MASCAC: 5-1-1 
Finished 2nd in 
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Leading scorers: Ray 
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Overall: 5-7-2 
MASCAC: 2 - 3 
Finished 4th in MASCAC 
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Overall: 13 - 11 
MASCAC: 3 - 5 
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Overall: 12-13-1 

Division II: 10-12-1 

E.C.A.C. Division II West Quarter 
Finals (at Norwich): Won 5-3 

E.C.A.C. Division II West Semi-finals 
(at Plattsburgh State): Lost 5 - 3 



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Baseball 

Overall: 17 - 11 
MASCAC: 7 - 7 




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MASCAC: 5 - 2 

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Overall: 3 - 6 

Finished 4th in MASCAC 



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Parent's 
Weekend 

This was the weekend to share the beauty 
of the Berkshires with your parents and catch 
up on old news. (And you had to be on your 
best behavior, too!) 

Entertainment was provided by the Motets, 
Orchestra and Chorale over the weekend and 
a dance was held for parents and their sons 
and daughters. 

The many smiling faces show that a good 
time was had by all. 



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Winter Study '83 



Each year in January, NASC offers special 
learning experiences through the Winter 
Study program. During this mini-semester 
students participated in many courses and 
other activities which revolved around 
these themes: New England, Modern Times 
and The 1960's. 

The themes were supplemented with 
speakers including Arlo Guthrie, who came 
to NASC to tell of his experiences as a 
protest singer in the sixties. 

Many students joined with the Oldcastle 
Theater Company to perform in "Our 
Town," a play by Thornton Wilder while 
others in the Cabaret cast "Let the Sunshine 
In". 

The remains of the Neolithic Calendar 
Stonehenge in Salisbury, England was one 
famous attraction visited by students 
traveling abroad. Other courses offered 
excursions to well-known sites in New 
England. 

Winter Study was also a time to make the 
most of the snow with cross-country skiing, 
snowshoeing and winter camping. 




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Whale 
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Two bus loads of people headed 
out on this excursion in search of 
whales. It wasn't long after boarding 
the ship when the first whale was 
sighted. . . . "Thar she blows" . . . 

Many whales were sightedduring 
the four hours at sea and each one 
was a thriller. A few students turned 
out to be seasick seamen but the day 
was great overall! 




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Talent Night 



You want talent? You got it, at 
NASC!! Many "stars" showed up to 
make the audience laugh, while 
others sang and danced the night 
away. 





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Dances 




Theatre 

Did you go "mad" with the 
"Madwoman of Chaillot"? The 
play was filled with ups and 
downs, highs and lows, romance, 
song, dance, cope, good and evil 
- a comedy with serious and 
moving moments. This 
infatuatingly funny performance 
brought many sold-out shows 
and standing ovations. 



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The spring production, "Desperate Hours" 
was a modern slam-bang melodrama that 
illustrated the flexible abilities and qualities of 
NASC's student actors. An excellent 
performance which proved to be a real crowd 
pleaser. 




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A day in May filled with sun 
and suds!! Plenty of kegs were 
emptied as everyone rocked out 
to the sounds of Benevolence at 
the athletic complex. Canoe 
jousting was one quick way to 
get in the water. Or you may 
have warmed up with a volleyball 
game. This event, sponsored by 
the Outing Club, will surely be 
remembered for many years to 
come. 





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Barbeque 

Monday • May 23 • 1983 
Fireland • Townhouses 



The long lost sun finally broke 
th.^ugh the clouds to shine upon the 
beginning of Senior Week. Everything 
was great at the barbecue — the 
chicken and the brownies, if you 
managed to get one. 




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Molson Night 

Tuesday • May 24 • 1983 



Steve Binder filled the pub 
with his music as we filled 
ourselves with 40(t Molsons. 
Some preferred the tables to 
the dance floor. All the more 
room for those on the floor. 
More than just whistles rang 
through the pub. 




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Senior Picnic 

Wednesday • May 25 • 1983 
Clarksburg State Forest 



The weather couldn't have been better 
for the senior picnic in Clarksburg. 
Everything seemed to run smoothly until 
people were warned not to eat the 
streamers and the beer ran out with two 
and one-half hours to go. Thirsty seniors 
aren't about to let that stop them . . . One 
by one the cars left and then returned with 
plenty of tall cold ones. 













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Jiminy Peak 

Thursday • May 26 • 1983 



As the rain reigned on Thursday many 
disappointed seniors climbed aboard buses 
and headed towards Jiminy Peak. Even 
though the alpine slide would be closed 
everyone was trying to make the best of it. 
After a slow start an announcement came 
over the speakers: "If the rain holds off 
another fifteen minutes, we'll be able to 
open the slide." Cheers and whistles filled 
the room. Once the rain held off, it turned 
out to be another great day. The slide 
brought many smiles andeven some bumps 
and bruises to the daring. 




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Champagne Brunch 

Friday • May 27 • 1983 



At last . . . the champagne brunch, just 
what everyone needed to end a crazy 
week. The tired looks and heavy eyelids 
proved a busy Senior week was coming to 
an end. 




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Senior/Parent Dance 

May 27 • 1983 




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Graduation 

Saturday • May 28 • 1983 



Graduation day was finally here - hooray! A 
day to celebrate the culmination of 4 years of 
hard work in pursuit of a degree. It was a great 
day, one made expressively to recognize our 
accomplishments. At the same time however, it 
was also a sad day for many of us as we said 
goodbye. 





President Haas 



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It turned out to be a beautiful day 
weatherwise. It was a bit windy while 
waiting to line up which kept you grabbing 
for your hat. And would somebody tell me 
please why they make you line up so early 
before the ceremony! We all could have 
slept (or partied) an hour longer. Anyway, 
the whole thing seemed to go quite 
smoothly. Speeches were sat through, as 
well as the giving of honorary degrees until 
finally - your name was called - you made 
it! Here is sincerely wishing you all the best 
of luck and hoping your degree works as 
hard for you as you did for it. 



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Sponsors 



Senior Directory 134 



Messages 140 



Patrons 143 



Advertisements 




Credits 




Senior Directory 



Lynne Alarie 

32 Squirrel Road 
Springfield, MA 01108 
Phyllis Alcombright 

8 First Street 
Adams, MA 01220 
Beverly Allen 
100 Cheshire Road 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Ruth Allen 
47 Williams Road 
Sharon, MA 02067 
Scott Andersen 
150 Oak Street 
Natick, MA 01760 
Richard Arcand 
11 Ridgewood Road 
Chelmsford, MA 01863 
Hope Armstrong 

9 Park Drive 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Dana Ashworth 
202 N. Elm Street 
West Newton, MA 02379 
Jayne Auclair 
23 Glenside Avenue 
Billerica, MA 01866 
Linda Austin 

23 Morewood Drive 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Mark Babcock 

1 Craigie Street 
Natick, MA 01760 
Michelle Baia 
20 Patriot Road 
Burlington, MA 01803 
David Bailot 
175 Lebanon Avenue 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Lisa Balestracci 

8 Pine Avenue 

North Reading, MA 01864 
Dana Barisano 

24 Golden Cove Road 
Chelmsford, MA 01824 
Brenda Barrett 

6 Douglas Avenue 
Burlington, MA 01803 
Brenda Barry 
86 Johnson Avenue 
Winthrop, MA 02152 
Kathleen Barry 

9 Woods Drive 
Adams, MA 01220 
Julie Barton 

220 Hilton Road 

Warwick, Rl 02889 

Robert Beady 

88 Fuller Road 

North Weymouth, MA 02191 

Jay Beaulieu 

10 James Street 
Burlington, MA 01803 
Kathleen Bednarski 
667 Morgan Road 

W. Springfield, MA 01089 
Arthur Belanger, Jr. 
76 Devens Street 
Greenfield, MA 01301 
Debra Belson 
9 Putter Drive 
Acton, MA 01720 
Kathleen Benson 
24 Dexter Street 
Peabody, MA 01960 




Elizabeth Berasi 

1041 Mass. Avenue 
North Adams, MA 01247 
Victor Bernardo 
37 Acashnet Avenue 
New Bedford, MA 02744 
Robert Bickel 
116 Greystone Avenue 
W. Springfield, MA 01089 
Steven Binder 
17 Water Street 
Shelburne Falls, MA 01370 
Richard Bishop 
28 Cross Street 
Dover, MA 02030 
Donna Blackstone 
628 Bernardston Road 
Greenfield, MA 01301 
Diane Blagdon 
30 Buel Street 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Kevin Blanchard 
River Road, Rte. 19 
Clarksburg, MA 01247 
Eileen Bloomer 
7 Gilbert Street 
Watertown, MA 02172 
Joanne Bonanno 
265 Channing Road 
Belmont, MA 02178 
James Borgman 
299 Weston Road 
Wellesley, MA 02181 
Verne Bosworth 
87 Woodlawn Drive 
Williamstown, MA 01267 
Jeffrey Boutin 
75 Sunrise Street 
Lanesborough, MA 01237 
Jill Braney 

27 Shady Lane 
Oxford, MA 01540 
Louis Breen, Jr 

12 Diamond Street 
Lawrence, MA 01843 
Theresa Bresnahan 
144 Berkley Street 
Lawrence, MA 01843 
Joel Brothers 
4 Meadow Street 
Auburn, MA 01501 
Richard Brown 

19 State Street 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Laurie Bruce 

15 Mark Avenue 
Reading, MA 01867 
Marjorie Bruno 
39 Eric Drive 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Lisa Buckland 

28 Columbia Park 
Haverhill, MA 01830 
Frances Buckley 
231 North Street 
North Adams, MA 01247 
Julie Burke 

20 Washington Street 
Gardner, MA 01440 
Joanne Bush 

37 Winslow Drive 

Hanson, MA 02341 

Philip Caiazzi 

37 Bean Road 

Sterling Junction, MA 01565 




Deborah Caico 

14 Watson Parkway 
Danvers, MA 01923 
Lisa Canning 
705 Allen Street 
Springfield, MA 01118 
Thomas Canning 
Road 3, Box 183AB 
Great Barrington, MA 01230 
Albert Capone 
57 Dexter Street 
Medford, MA 02155 
Arthur Carlson, Jr. 
86 Mackintosh Avenue 
Needham, MA 02192 
Cynthia Carr 

21 Turner Street 
Salem, MA 01970 
Dorothy Carroll 
60 Jefferson Street 
Lawrence, MA 01843 
Nancy Carroll 

19 Plymouth Street 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Linda Carty 
28 Jionzo Road 
Milford, MA 01757 
Karie Cedar 
240 Crosby Road 
S. Berlin, MA 01549 
Jeffrey Chaput 
Main Street 
Cheshire, MA 01225 
Diane Charbonneau 
42 Richmond Avenue 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Suzanne Chayet 
110 Orchard Street 
Adams, MA 01220 
Sara Chevalier 
3 Edgewood Drive 
Lenox, MA 01240 
Mark Cimini 

22 Tucker Street 
Lenox, MA 01240 
Carolyn Clark 
39 Meade Avenue 
North Adams, MA 01247 
Maryrita Clougher 
26 Belmont Street 
Norwood, MA 02062 
James Cole 

23 Pleasant Street 
Greenfield, MA 01301 
Susan Coleman 
74 Richards Road 
Reading, MA 01867 
John Collins 
5 Inwood Drive 
Wilbraham, MA 01095 
Karen Collins 

5 Inwood Drive 
Wilbraham, MA 01095 
Julie Colman 
12 Jayne Road 
Needham, MA 02194 
Anne Conklin 
22 Seed Street 
Salem, NH 03079 
Susan Conklin 
408 Dalton Avenue 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Timothy Connell 

6 E. Collins Street 
Salem, MA 01870 




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Ann Constantinos 

24 Kittridge Road 

Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Paul Cooney 

200 Wilson Avenue 

Quincy, MA 02170 

Richard Copponi 

266 State Street 

North Adams, MA 01247 

Timothy Corbin 

2 Walnut Drive 

Sterling Jet., MA 01565 

Tracy Corcoran 

73 Magnolia Road 

Swampscott, MA 01907 

Patricia Costa 

26 Dias Terrace 

Somerset, MA 02726 

Janis Craft 

208 Forest Street 

Needham, MA 02192 

Michael Cramer 

47 Deborah Road 

Hanover, MA 02339 

Janet Crary 

Bridget Road 

Eastham, MA 02642 

Gary Critelli 

40 Apremont Street 

Adams, MA 01220 

Philip Crowley 

717 E. New Lenox Road 

Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Dianne Cullen 

165 East Main Street 

North Adams, MA 01247 

David Cutter 

131 Prospect Street 

Hatfield, MA 01038 

Frances Cwiertniewicz 

87 Summer Street 

Adams, MA 01220 

Susan Cyr 

9 Winslow Street 

Cambridge, MA 02138 

Kathleen Dalma 

54 Barney Street 

Agawam, MA 01001 

Ross Deblois 

121 Windsor Avenue 

Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Frank Debrazia 

9 Garden Street 

Franklin, MA 02038 

Nicole Delnegro 

123 Francis Street 

North Adams, MA 01247 

James Dennehy 

62 River Street 

Wellesley His., MA 02181 

Peter Desforge 

467 Salem Street 

Wilmington, MA 01887 

Cheryl Desrochers 

29 Hillside Avenue 

Wcsiford, MA 01886 

Donna Deyab 

50 Aerial Street 

Arlington, MA 02174 

Christopher Dillon 

Box 132 

W. Groton, MA 01472 

William Desisto 

117 Suffiell Sued 

Agawam, MA 01001 




Janine Doherty 

229 Union Street 

Norwood, MA 02062 

Michael Doherty 

71 Locust Lane 

Needham, MA 02192 

David Donelan 

56 Hawthorne Road 

Williamstown, MA 01267 

Mary Donovan 

150 Kirchner Road, Rfd. 

Becket, MA 01223 

Patricia Donovan 

60 Oswald Avenue 

Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Jacqueline Doros 

78 Gilbert Street 

N. Brookfield, MA 01535 

Donna Duclos 

76 Cummings Avenue 

Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Edward Duda 

96 Hawthorne Avenue 

North Adams, MA 01247 

Cheryl Dumala 

306 Mandalay Road 

Chicopee, MA 01020 

Kevin Dunham 

53 Dover Street 

North Adams, MA 01247 

Andrea Duprey 

P.O. Box 170, Main Street 

Charlemont, MA 01339 

Christopher Durand 

P.O. Box 186 

Rehoboth, MA 02769 

Dianne Dymek 

Fairview Drive 

Leicester, MA 01524 

Garold Edgett 

83 Blakeley Street 

Lynn, MA 01905 

Bruce Eldridge 

Capt. Perry Road 

Brewster, MA 02631 

Stephanie Engel 

40 Blackinton Street 

North Adams, MA 01247 

Edward English 

36 Prospect Street 

Everett, MA 02149 

James English 

30 Justin Street 

Lexington, MA 02173 

Dawn Erickson 

1 Laurie Lane 

Westminster, MA 01473 

Patricia Ettinger 

9 Union Street, Apt. 4 

North Adams, MA 01247 

Patricia Farnham 

9 Drury Lane 

Natick, MA 01760 

Brian Faulkner 

15 Morrill Drive 

Wayland, MA 01778 

John Fleming 

Box 826, 95 Duck Pond Road 

S. Dennis, MA 02660 

Sarah Fletcher 

19 Plain Road 

Westford, MA 01886 

Joyce Foley 

70 Marion Street 

Natick, MA 01760 



Timothy Fontaine 

318 Spring Street 

W. Bridgewater, MA 02379 

Richard Forte 

143 Dewey Avenue 

Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Marcia Fredman 

35 Maiden Street 

Everett, MA 02149 

Lawrence Freshler 

Holmes Road 

Hinsdale, MA 01235 

Mario Fricchione 

283 Bliss Road 

Longmeadow, MA 01106 

Cindy Friedman 

50 Karen Krive 

Norwalk, CT 06851 

James Friedman 

21 Charlotte Road 

Tewksbury, MA 01867 

Peter Gagne 

12 Cobleigh Drive 

Tewksbury, MA 01867 

Thomas Gallagher 

33 Morningside Park 

Springfield, MA 01108 

Terri Gamache 

21 Kemp Avenue 

North Adams, MA 01247 

Wendy Gans 

495 Tyler Street 

Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Patricia Gaucher 

301 West Main Street 

North Adams, MA 01247 

Phyllis Gavin 

46 Washington Street 

Westwood, MA 02090 

Brenda Gehring 

111 Central Avenue 

Dalton, MA 01226 

Thomas Gentile 

63 Dalton Avenue 

Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Thomas Gerry 

18 Prospect Street 

Quincy, MA 02171 

Stephen Gilbert 

Adams Road, Rfd. 1, 371A 

N. Brookfield, MA 01535 

Kathy Ginthwain 

29 View Street 

Dalton, MA 01226 

Lisa Giovanucci 

116 Humarock Beach 

Humarork, MA 02047 

Patrick Gloster 

206 Kemp Avenue 

North Adams, MA 01247 

Jeanne Gosselin 

258 Cooper Street 

Springfield, MA 01108 

Amalia Grande 

100 Veazie Street 

North Adams, MA 01247 

Mary Grant 

148 Ilibisc us \venu< 

Weymouth, M \ 02 188 

Karon Greaney 
395 Nahatan Streel 
Norwood. MA 02062 
Valerie Green 
15 Upland Road 
Newton, MA 02 168 



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Kristin Gronberg 

2 Donegal Circle 
Danvers, MA 01923 
Alexander Groves 
30 Maple Street 
Adams, MA 01220 
Donna Guarrera 
11 Stirling Drive 
Wilbraham, MA 01095 
Kristan Gurton 
169 Pleasant Street 
North Adams, MA 01247 
Scott Gustafson 
470 Grafton Street 
Shrewsbury, MA 01545 
Julie Hall 

1011 Livingston Street 
Tewksbury, MA 01867 
Mark Hanabury 
42 Kent Road 
S. Weymouth, MA 02190 
Lynn Haring 
95 Calumet Street 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Robert Hastings 
51 Amy Lane 
Yarmouthport, MA 02675 
Lisa Hazard 
Box 526, Main Street 
Barnstable, MA 02630 
William Hein 
23 Gleason Street 
Clarksburg, MA 02147 
Robin Hempel 
711 Kirchner Road 
Beckett, MA 01223 
Matthew Hemphill 
125 Newbury Avenue 
N. Quincy, MA 02171 
Margaret Higgins 
1480 West Street 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Scott Holbrook 
7 Cordaville Road 
Southborough, MA 01772 
Leo Holewa 
Mason Road 
Dudley, MA 01570 
Sara Holmes 

22 Wildrose Avenue 
Holden, MA 01520 
Jane Holopainen 
South Main Street 

E. Templeton, MA 01438 
Patricia Hough 
99 Barber Street 
Springfield, MA 01109 
Keith Howard 

23 Holbrook Street 
North Adams, MA 01247 
Darcie Hunt 

92 Lenox Avenue 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Sara Hunter 
83 Ide Road 

Williamstown, MA 02167 
Kevin Hurd 
89 West Main Street 
Millers Falls, MA 01349 
Nancy lacuessa 
40 Hull Avenue 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Michael loanna 
322 Forest Street 
Arlington, MA 02174 







Paula Isabelle 

7 Pleasant Street 
Grafton, MA 01519 
Janice Jodoin 
167 Cliff Drive 
N. Attleboro, MA 02760 
Theresa Jones 
135 Ames Street 
Sharon, MA 02067 
Theresa Jones 

45 Howard Avenue 
Brockton, MA 02302 
Anne Jzyk 

Route 116 
Adams, MA 01220 
Cathi Kalamas 

46 Spring Street 
Williamstown, MA 01267 
Robin Kalm 

20 Alpine Road 

Norwood, MA 02062 

Rita Kearney 

76 School Street, #1 Rear 

North Adams, MA 01247 

Nicholas Kefalas 

26 Shillington Avenue 

Lynn, MA 01905 

Frederick Kelly 

20 Railroad Avenue 
Rowley, MA 01969 
Ellen Kennedy 
19 Sweetser Terrace 
Lynn, MA 01905 
James Kennedy 
28 Marshall Street 
North Adams, MA 01247 
Pamela Kennedy 
7 Grandview Terrace 
Adams, MA 01220 
Pamela Kestyn 
86 Orchard Street 
Adams, MA 01220 
Deborah Kiley 
7 Taylor Street 
Peabody, MA 01960 
Kevin Kiley, Jr. 
6 Audubon Drive 
Topsfield, MA 01983 
Faye King 

21 Angeli Street 
North Adams, MA 01247 
Geoffrey King 
466 Church Street 
North Adams, MA 01247 
Richard King 
47 East Street 

Dalton, MA 01226 
Joseph Kinnally 
78 Lorraine Street 
E. Waymouth, MA 02189 
Donald Kisiday 
41 Edson Street 
Stow, MA 01775 
Dayle Klemansky 
65 Alba Avenue 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Susan Knightly 
4 Cutler Street 
Lawrence, MA 01843 
Robert Knych 
14 Paradise Lane 
Webster, MA 01570 
Karla Korn 
39 Kirsi Circle 
Westford, MA 01886 







Terry Kramer 

295 Carpenter Hill Road 

Bennington, VT 05201 

Sharon Kravetz 

P.O. Box 69 

Colrain, MA 01340 

Stephen Krugel 

Dehon Seminary 

Lanesboro, MA 01237 

Wallace Krumpholz 

45 Porter Street 

North Adams, MA 01247 

Beth Labelle 

12 Gilman Street 

Holyoke, MA 01040 

Richard Labonte 

45 Christopher Street 

Chicopee, MA 01020 

Lauren Laclair 

502 Somers Road 

E. Longmeadow, MA 01028 

Emily Lafalce 

47 Pleasant Street 

Provincetown, MA 02657 

Lisa Lafleur 

11 Cranberry Lane 

East Falmouth, MA 02536 
Beth Laing 
115 Alger Street 
Adams, MA 01220 
Caroline Lambert 
37 Ontario Street 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Nancy Lanata 

12 Roosevelt Avenue 
Hull, MA 02045 
Marion Lanni 

15 Allen Park Drive 
Wilmington, MA 01887 
Denise Lantigua 

17 Day Road 
Holliston, MA 01746 
Ellen Lantz 

8 Second Avenue 
Cheshire, MA 01225 
David Laston 

101 Franklin Street 
North Adams, MA 01247 
Lynn Latraverse 

343 Central Street 
Berlin, MA 01503 
Marie Lavin 

102 Dorchester Street 
Lawrence, MA 01843 
Michael Leary 

18 Velma Avenue 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
David Leblanc 

64 Exeter Street 

Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Theresa Leboeuf 

26 St. James Circle 

Springfield, MA 01104 

Brian Lefave 

44 Middlesex Avenue 

Reading, MA 01867 

Andrea Lemieux 

100 Bryant Lane 

N. Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Laura Lepere 

469 High Street 

N. Attleboro, MA 02760 

Ann Lepine 

School Street 

Cheshire, MA 01225 



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Diane Lepore 

56 Birch Street 
Greenfield, MA 01301 
Robert Lichtenberger 
67 Stephen Drive 
Tarrytown, NY 10591 
Claudia Little 
33 May Street 
Williamstown, MA 01267 
Douglas Livolsi 
6 Valley Circle 
Burlington, MA 01803 
Kimberly Loeschner 

4 Wing Terrace 
Burlington, MA 01803 
Joseph Loxley 

5 Morse Avenue 
Wareham, MA 02571 
Christopher Lund 

16 Minor Street 

North Adams, MA 01247 

Margaret Lydon 

40 Belmont Street 

North Quincy, MA 02171 

Edward Lynch 

Box 599, Fairview Street 

Lee, MA 01238 

Richard Lynch 

9 Foley Drive 

Framingham, MA 01701 

Leeann Lyons 

3 Conrad Street 

Braintree, MA 02184 

Colin Mackenzie 

32 Hardy Avenue 

Watertown, MA 02172 

Cynthia Macnaught 

15 Brentway Drive 

S. Yarmouth, MA 02664 

Mario Magnani 

3 North Street 

E. Longmeadow, MA 01028 

Mark Maguire 

353 Grove Street 

Melrose, MA 02176 

Christine Maher 

56 Breckenridge Road 

Hadley, MA 01075 

Dennis Mahoney 

122 Richland Road 

Norwood, MA 02062 

Theresa Mahoney 

12 Dickson Avenue 

Arlington, MA 02174 

Martha Mahony 

80 Stockholm Street 

Bollingham, MA 02019 

George Malone 

21 I ake Street 

Middleton, MA 01949 

Andrea Mantineo 

71 Pleasant Hill Drive 

Scituate, MA 02066 

Glen Martin 

67 Riddle Hill Road 

Falmouth, MA 02540 

)ames Martin 

21 First Street 

Taunton, MA 02780 

Mary Martin 

66 Bartholomew Street 

Peabody, MA 01960 

Terri Mason 

goad #1 

Bennington, VT 05201 



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Joanne Masterson 

196 June Street 

Worcester, MA 01602 

Ursula Matys 

20 Rand Street 

North Adams, MA 01247 

Philip Maynard 

2 Conestoga Road 

Chelmsford, MA 01824 

Philip Mayo 

P.O. Box 257 

Williamstown, MA 01267 

Paul Mazzarella 

5 Talbot Street 

Saugus, MA 01906 

William McAlister 

7 Hoosac Street 

North Adams, MA 01247 

Robert McCarthy 

22 Amherst Road 
Braintree, MA 02184 
Susan McCarthy 

60 Hazelwood Avenue 
Longmeadow, MA 01106 
Susan McCarthy 
60 Lakeview Avenue 
Waltham, MA 02154 
Thomas McCarthy 

10 Fendale Avenue 
Dorchester, MA 02124 
Francis McCartin 

20 Hillingsworth Road 
Osterville, MA 02655 
David McCormack 

46 Spring Street 

North Adams, MA 01247 
Lorraine McCormick 
14 Standish Road 
Needham, MA 02192 
Theresa McCredie 
1538 Mass. Avenue 
North Adams, MA 02147 
Linda McDonald 
148 Washington Street 
Hyde Park, MA 02136 
Timothy McDonough 

23 University Avenue 
Burlington, MA 01803 
Erika McDowell 

30 Old Bolton Road 
Hudson, MA 01749 
John McHale, Jr. 
121 Standish Street 
Pembroke, MA 02359 
Pamela McKenna 
146 Prairie Street 
Concord, MA 01742 
Jane Mclaren 
27 Columbia Street 
Adams, MA 01220 
Kurt McLaughlin 

11 Wall Street 
Everett, MA 02149 
Edward McNamara III 
48 Cider Hill Road 
Sudbury, MA 01776 
Maryanne McRae 

47 Connell Street 
Quincy, MA 02169 
Barbara McShane 
Road # I 

West Stockbridge, MA 01266 
Jeffrey Meczywor 
86 Algei Street 
Adams, MA 01247 



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Richard Medeiros, Jr. 

19 Lloyd Road 

Wilmington, MA 01887 

Barbara Medrek 

63 Fernwood Drive 

E. Longmeadow, MA 01028 

Christopher Meiklejohn 

East Road 

Clarksburg, MA 01247 

Cynthia Miano 

16 Newton Road 

Arlington, MA 02174 

Lawrence Michon 

9 Bond Street 

North Adams, MA 01247 

George Mickle 

651 Churchill Street 

Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Judy Miller 

93 Martin Avenue 

North Andover, MA 01845 

Julie Miller 

418 High Street 

Dalton, MA 01226 

Mary Miller 

26 Lovett Lane 

N. Chelmsford, MA 01863 

Debra Minarik 

47 West Main Street 

Dudley, MA 01570 

Thomas Moffatt 

60 Franklin Street 

Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Joyce Mongeau 

76 Lincoln Street 

Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Mary Montgomery 

Rte. 49 Whitewood 

Pittsfield, MA 01201 

James Moore 

257 Newbury Avenue 

Quincy, MA 02171 

Mary Moran 

31 Morrison Road 

Wakefield, MA 01880 

Edward Morrissey 

56 Tamarack Trail 

S. Weymouth, MA 02190 

Anne Mueller 

22 Ipswich Road 

Boxford, MA 01921 

Robert Muise 

42 Eustis Street 

Arlington, MA 02174 

Mary Murphy 

83 Harding Street 

Medfield, MA 02052 

Maureen Murphy 

27 Philip Street 
Haverhill, MA 01830 
Paul Murphy 

142 Elm Street 
Marshfield, MA 02050 
Thomas Murphy 
62 Conant Street 
Acton, MA 01^20 
Karen Napolitano 
Prospei t Hill 
Stockbridge M \ 01262 
Deborah Narel 
88 Pens \\ enue 
Won eslei MA HU.10 
Charles Neild 

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Lynn Nelson 

44 Catherine Street 
North Adams, MA 01247 
David Newton 
14 Bay Street 
N. Quincy, MA 02171 
Christine Nieroda 
140 School Street 
Agawam, MA 01001 
Michael Nigro 
20 Glades Way 
Huntington, NY 11743 
David Nisbet 
22 Porter Street 
North Adams, MA 01247 
Jennifer Norton 
22 Latham Street 
Williamstown, MA 01267 
Michael O'Brien 
30 Curtis Street 
Wakefield, MA 01880 
Maureen O'Connell 
11 Cedar Street 
Marblehead, MA 01945 
Kevin O'Connor 

22 Heath Street 
Fall River, MA 02721 
Robert Olejarz 
1029 Sumner Avenue 
Springfield, MA 01108 
Donna O'Neil 
48 Tyng Street 
Newburyport, MA 01950 
Sandra Orcutt 
450 Church Street 
North Adams, MA 01247 
Kurt O'Sullivan 

52 Florence Street 
Quincy, MA 02170 
Deborah Owen 
442 Goodwin Street 
Indian Orchard, MA 01151 
Penny Ozella 
221 Purchase Street 
Milford, MA 01757 
John Paine 
18 Plesant Street 
Norwood, MA 02062 
Guy Pannesco, Jr. 
244 Onota Street 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Andrew Paplegis 
28 Arlington Road 
Burlington, MA 01803 
Ellen Parisella 
16 Pierce Avenue 
Beverly, MA 01915 
Jeffrey Parker 
11 Pheasant Circle 
Milford, MA 01757 
Robert Pasquale 
2 Brooklawn Terrace 
Lynn, MA 01904 
Lisa Pelliccione 
85 Cross Street 
Andover, MA 01810 
Lori Peterson 
110 Sanders Street 
Athol, MA 01331 
Pamela Petri 
97 Luce Road 
Williamstown, MA 01267 
Steven Plamondon 

23 Franklin Street 
Holyoke, MA 01040 




John Poirier 

115 Begelow Street 

Marlboro, MA 01752 

Karen Potter 

199 Twenty Fifth Street 

Troy, NY 12180 

William Powers 

54 East Street, P.O. Box 52 

North Adams, MA 01247 

John Pralat 

23 Manners Avenue 

Adams, MA 01220 

Nancy Pratt 

62 School Street, Apt. #301 

Dracut, MA 01826 

Timothy Pratt 

44 Converse Street 

Longmeadow, MA 01106 

Guy Presutti 

14 Mandalay Street 

S. Weymouth, MA 02190 

Mitchell Price 

636 West 238 Street 

Bronx, NY 10463 

Joanne Principe 

49 Easton Avenue 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
John Przeopelski 
4 Pierce Street 
Marblehead, MA 01945 
Michael Przystac 
P.O. Box 1607 
North Adams, MA 01247 
Ronald Puchala 
47 Napoleon Avenue 
Ludlow, MA 01056 
Tracy Purdy 
154 Burgess Road 
Bennington, VT 05201 
David Quetti 
109 Sunset Street 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Paula Quigley 
67 College Avenue 
Arlington, MA 02174 
Jean Randall 
East Harbor Road 
Adams, MA 01220 
Kimberly Rankin 
216 College Highway 
Southwick, MA 01077 
Timothy Reagan 
8 Maple Terrace 
Attleboro, MA 02703 
Matthew Reddish 
10 Bayley Street 
Westwood, MA 02090 
Jeffrey Reed 
17 Clark Street 
Hudson Falls, NY 12839 
Colleen Regan 
16 Narragansett Avenue 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Russell Reopell 

51 Michael Drive 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Jean Richardson 

52 Alger Street 
Adams, MA 01220 
Cheryl Richter 
154 Dalton Division 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Janet Roy 

50 Burr Drive 
Dalton, MA 01226 





Tim Ruel 

233 Lebanon Avenue 

Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Richard Rufo 

47 Longfellow Avenue 

Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Michael Saheed 

10 Mountain View Circle 

Amherst, MA 01002 

Patricia Sain 

178 Virginia Farme 

Carlisle, MA 01741 

Julie Sampson 

53 Montana Street 

North Adams, MA 01247 

Anthony Sanchez 

262 Ashland Street 

North Adams, MA 01247 

Carl Savard 

Road #1, Middle Road 

Clarksburg, MA 01247 

Christopher Scannell 

210 Pleasant Street 

S. Weymouth, MA 02190 

Carolyn Scheehser 

74 Sanford Street 

Chicopee, MA 01013 

Ann Schloth 

394 Pearl Street 

Reading, MA 01867 

Jerome Schoen 

297 Blair Road 

Williamstown, MA 01267 

Christopher Scott 

5 Venice Street 
Milford, MA 01757 
Theresa Scott 

Box 31, 23 Broodside Drive 
Jefferson, MA 01522 
Robert Seney 
58 Hall Street 
Williamstown, MA 01267 
William Shaner 

6 Hancock Street 
Milford, MA 01757 
Gerald Shay 

99 Sheffield Road 

Melrose, MA 02176 

Edward Shea 

40 Johnson Street 

W. Springfield, MA 01089 

Scott Shelman 

85 Salem End Lane 

Framingham, MA 01701 

Brian Siegel 

98 Evans Road 

Marblehead, MA 01945 

Debra Sjodahl 

13 Walter Street 

Easthampton, MA 01027 

Thomas Slicklen 

21 Upland Road 

Needham, MA 02192 

Deborah Smith 

4 Catherine Avenue 

Wilmington, MA 01887 

Maryellen Smith 

90 Brooklyn Street, Box 49 

North Adams, MA 02147 

David Smyly 

37 Bolton Street 

Waltham, MA 02154 

John Sojka 

19 George Street 

Framingham, MA 01701 






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David Soule 

46 Merriam Street 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Desiree Sovie 
517 Bedford Street 
Lexington, MA 02173 
Stephanie Sparages 

84 Pine Street 
Natick, MA 01760 
William Spath 
8 Greenings Street 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Bernard Stelmach, Jr. 
New Boston Road 
Dudley, MA 01570 
Charles Stevens 
262 Pearl Street 
Maiden, MA 02148 
Joseph Stevens 
6 S. Richard Street 
Mrlford, MA 01757 
Donna Steverman 
74 Beaver Dam Road 
Scituate, MA 02066 
Clare Stewart 
144 Nashoba Road 
Concord, MA 01742 
Lisa Stolarski 
105 Ferry Road 
Newburyport, MA 01950 
Andrew Stone 

100 Lee Street 
Athol, MA 01331 
Lindsay Strode 
407 Tilden Road 
Scituate, MA 02066 
Marilyn Strycharz 

85 Hafey Street . 
Chicopee, MA 01013 
Sylvia Sturgis 

273 Wahconah Street 

Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Anne Sullivan 

30 Swift Road 

Framingham, MA 01701 

Mark Sullivan 

66 Mt. Vernon Avenue 

Melrose, MA 02176 

Teresa Sullivan 

27 Henry J. Drive 

Tewksbury, MA 01876 

Margaret Sulzmann 

218 E. Quincy Street 

North Adams, MA 01247 

Algird Sunskis 

708 Simonds Road 

Willuimstown, MA 01267 

Neal Symonds 

429 School Street 

Boylston, MA 01505 

Dennis lash 

123 Ashland Street 

North Adams, MA 02147 

Marie Tatro 

Rd. 2, S. Stream Road 

Bennington, VT 05201 

Marc Therriault 

Rd. 1, Bennets Neck Drive 

Pocasset, MA 02559 

Jane Thomas 

178 Main Street 

Sandwich, MA 02563 

Abera Thomson 

Box 195 

Falmouth, MA 02541 



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Pamela Tolland 

Vj \U [Jonnell Drive ^^^M 
Randolph, MA 02368 
George Traicofi 
7 Cross Street 
Beverly, MA 01915 
Mary Tripp 

11 Johnson Street 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Charles Troy 

176 E. New Lenox Road 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Mark Trulli 
148 Marble Street 
Stoneham, MA 02180 
Marilyn Truskowski 
217 Corinth Street 
North Adams, MA 01247 
Mary Turner 

106 Orchard Street 
Lee, MA 01238 
Linda Unsworth 

26 Gallup Street 

North Adams, MA 01247 
Steven Urkiel 
3 Capt. Lathrop Drive 
S. Deerfield, MA 01373 
Samuel Valenti 
37 Bellevue Road 
Wakefield, MA 01880 
Darryl Valovcin 

12 Cornell Road 
Framingham, MA 01701 
Debora Vargus 

10 Locke Road 

Billerica, MA 01821 

Nancy Vogt 

110 Franklin Street 

Greenfield, MA 01301 

John Halls 

94 Cottage Street 

Franklin, MA 02038 

Katherine Walsh 

107 Maple Street 
Agawam, MA 01001 
Pamela Warren 

662 N. Hoosac Road 
Williamstown, MA 01267 
Stanley Wasilauski, Jr. 
Plumtree Road 
Sunderland, MA 01375 
William Waslick 
47 Stilson Avenue 
Northampton, MA 01060 
Paul Weitz 
39 Hood Road 
Tewksbury, MA 01876 
(ustiii. i Wentworth 
178 East Street 
Sharon, MA 02067 
Sharon Wetnicka 

51 Grove Street 

N. Brookfield, MA 01535 
Cathi White 

27 Woodland Road 

W. Bridge-water, M^ 02C) 
Debra White 

52 Maple Avenue 
Warwick, NY 10990 
Donna White 
Breakwatei Shores l'i i\ «• 
Hyannis, MA 02601 
Judith White 

43 Mystic Avenue 
Tewksbury, MA 01876 




Bruce Whitney 

East Road 

Stamford, VT 05352 

Marie Whitney 

Box 812 

Stamford, VT 05352 

Mark Widdison 

14 Spring Street 

North Adams, MA 01247 

Natalie Wilcox 

162 Boles Road 

Marshfield, MA 02050 

Thomas Wilcox 

23 Baldpate Road 

Georgetown, MA 01833 

Joseph Wilk 

13 Hoosac Street 

Adams, MA 01220 

Eric Williams 

7 Marth Lane 

Lenox, MA 01240 

Gary Williams 

7 Martha Lane 

Lenox, MA 01240 

Heather Witto 

P.O. Box 1046, River Road 

Clarksburg, MA 01247 

W. Randall Wood 

60 Franklin Street 

Holliston, MA 01746 

Donna Worthen 

11 Reid Road 

Chelmsford, MA 01824 

Janine Wynn 

439 Commercial Street 

Braintree, MA 02184 

Jane Yorke 

29 Canedy Lane 

North Adams, MA 01247 

John Young 

P.O. Box 127 

E. Orleans, MA 02643 

James Zepka 

Central Shaft Road 

North Adams, MA 01247 





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Messages 




lary, Sunshine, Congratulations on work well done, We love you. Mom, Dad, Brothers & 
Sisters 



Congratulations class '83 "You made it Lee" 

Darryl "To thine own self be true" Good luck in your future 
With love, All the family 






Tom, We are very proud of you. 
Mom and Dad 



HI 




Congratulations, Linda. We're very, very proud of you. 
Love, Mom and Dad 

Alright Ellen, You did it, and made us proud-83 
Love Mom, Dad, Janet, Smells 



Penny, our love will be with you always and may all your dreams come true. 
Mom and Dad 




Jim, real proud of you, good luck in the future. 
Dad 






John, Mike: Successfully reached for the stars, kept both feet on the ground. 
Love Mom & Dad 

Mary Lee Donovan, Merry Christmas. 
Love Mom and Dad 

Everybody loves that teacher, especially Mom and Dad. Good luck "Mrs. Tina" 
Love Mom and Dad 

Terri Lynn Sullivan, Good luck and happiness always! 
Love Mom, Dad and family 

Congratulations! We knew you could do it. 
Mom and Anne Marie 

Good luck to the class of 83, 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lichtenberger 

Climb more mountains, eat more ice cream, watch more sunsets, laugh more, cry less. 
Relish the moment. 

"Congratulations Scott! 
Love Mom and Dad 4738" 



May peace, joy, harmony and love follow the class of 83 through life. 



Messages 



Jeff, Your Mom and Dad are very proud of you. 

Bob and Carole Friedman wish the class of 1983 good luck. 

Love, joy. laughter and happiness all mean Peggie to us. 
Your proud parents and family 

Val, I'm so proud of you! L + K, M 

To our son Robert, Good luck and God bless you. 
Love Mom and Dad 

Good luck always to a wonderful daughter! 
Love Mom and Dad 

Julie, may you maintain your cheerful and optimistic outlook toward life and be 
rewarded for it. 

Congratulations Joel- 
Love from Mom, Dad, David, Andrea, Peter, Lynn, Timmie, Gram, and Fritz 




Paul, the best of luck in your future years. 






Randy Wood, wishing you the best of everything with all our love. 
Mom and Dad 

Accept our congratulations Marie with our heartfelt love and pride. 
Love Mom and Dad 



Congratulations class of '83, 
Shawn and Percy Williams 

Congratulations John, we are real proud of you. 
Love Mom, Dad and grandparents 



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Ann, we're all proud of you. 
Love, your family 

To our daughter, Cindy Friedman, we're so proud of you! 
With much love, Mom and Dad 

Jim Martin-Laugh, Love and Smile for youth lasts just a little while, Happy days ahead. 

Your family are all very proud of you, Sandy, and are very happy for you today. 



Messages 



Laurie, You have dreamed of days to come and thoughts of joys you've had. 
Love Mom and Dad 
Congratulations, Terry 

from Mom, Dad, Kathy, Mike, Mary, Gil and Katie 
Mary, Congratulations on a job well done. 
Love, Mom 

Congratulations Pam- We are proud of you! 
Love Mom, Dad and David 
To Tim-Health, Happiness and Success. 
With love from your family 

Karie, Congratulations on achieving your goal. Success in the future, 
Love Mom and Dad 

Congratulations Jim on a job well done. Good luck! 
Mom and Dad 

Congratulations and best wishes to a reat guy. 
Mom and Dad 

Congratulations and Good Luck, Ellen! 
Love Mom and Dad 

I am so proud of you Heather, much love and best wishes for happiness always, 
Mom 

Peggy, Teri, Ursula and Sara, Our lives may take different path, but I will always treasure 
the day they crossed. Thanks for the good times and happy memories! 
Pam 

Denise, Lisa, Lissa, Janine and Beth- it was great meeting and working with all of you. Take 
care, good luck- 
Paula 

Lemen, Thanks 
Love Magpie 

Frick what do you say we send a certain prof on a long journey to you know where?? 
Love Frack 

Frack, Absolutely! I'll even go half on the ticket. Of course, its got to be only one way! 
Love Frick 

Sharon, thanks for making life bearable, 
Love Karie 

Susan K.- Wishing you all the things that bring pleasure into your world and warmth into 
your heart. Congratulations- We're so proud of you. 
Love, Mom-Dad-Mike 

Congratulations- SUPER SEVEN at 27-29 Blackington St. Much success to you all. 
Mr. and Mrs. K. and Mike 

Jake- Congratulations!- Hope life brings you everything, you have earned it! 
Love Mr. and Mrs. K. and Mike 




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Patrons 



Mr. and Mrs. Parisella 

John and Margaret Flemming 

Mr. and Mrs. F. Carlton Siegel 

Vincent and Andree Donovan 

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander J. Groves 

Mr. and Mrs. Wentworth 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mazzarella 

Mrs. Rose M. Deyab 

Anges I. Rimbold 

Mr. Charles Coleman 

Dr. and Mrs. George Traicoff 

Darie and Sylvia Caiazzi 

Hugh and Lorraine White 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reed 

Patricia M. Lydon 

Carol R. Green 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cooney 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Barrett 

Mr. and Mrs. John McDonough 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. LaClair 

Mr. and Mrs. George Cedar 

David K. and Lennis Maynard 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Carlson 

Agnes R. Witto 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Corbin 













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The Price 

Champion 

...is on 
your side! 

Open 24 Hours...6 Days 

Next Door to K-Mart ! 



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"Best Of Luck 

From The 

Crew At Whitney's" 




WHITNEY'S LIQUORS 

Ashland Street 
North Adams, MA. 01247 



ADflfTlS 

CO-OPEBATIVE 
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Good Luck To The Class Of 1983 

NINI'S CARDS 
main street 

North Adams, MA. 

* Russell Stover Candies 



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743-000I 



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664-457I 



Renaissance 

A Ravival in Natural Grooming 



15 Eagle Street North Adamt 
Tel. 664-4118 



* Precision Hair Cutting 

* Design Waves 

* Organic Hair Colors 
' Nail Care 

" Natural Hair Removal 

' Private Skin Care 

* Makeup Suite 



Prop. Joyce M. Abuisi 



TOTAL KAM1LY GROOMING 



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Congratulations 
Graduating Class Of 1983 

BRICK OVEN 

303 Ashland Street 
North Adams, MA. 



ianks For A Nice 4 Years! 

Best Wishes 
Class Of 1983 

THE CHALET PACKAGE STORE 

315 Ashland Street 
North Adams, MA. 01247 



Best Wishes 
Class Of '83 

From Your Friends Across The 
Street 

ASHLAND MINI MART 



Congratulations To The 
Class of 83 



Stati»nerv Store 



Main Street 
North Adams, MA 01247 




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COCA COLA 
BOTTLING 
COMPANY 



Coke 



Trade-mark ® 



Pittsfield Division 

366 King Street 
Northampton, MA 



Good Luck 
Class Of 1983 



Elder Printing and Supply Co. 

A Drvision of McClelland Press. Inc 

36 Eagle Street 
North Adams, Mass. 1 247 

(413) 663-5750 



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Berkshire 
Bank® 



Compliments Of 

^ORTH ADAMS HOOSAC 
SAVINGS BANK 

P.O. Box 353 North Adams, Massachusetts 01247 
Tel. 413-663-5353 

"On The Sunny Side Of The Street" 



Compliments Of: 

NASSIF'S PROFESSIONAL 

Tel.: 413-663-3845 

51 Ashland Street 
North Adams, MA 01247 



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Congratulations Class Of '83 



11 Eagle Street 

North Adams, MA 

Telephone: 

413-664-9569 



political advertising 

heat transfers, 

lettering 



cylinder printing 



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The Pepper Tree 



43 Eagle Street 
North Adams, Massachusetts 



Lucy Tenney 



(413) 662-2927 



10? Main Street Dowlin Square 
North Adams. Mass. 01247 



(413) 663 7540 




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Books Magazines Greeting Cards 
Children's Books 6 Toys 




The candy shoppe 

Dowlin Square 

107 Main Street 

North Adams, Massachusetts 



Letitia Beth King, Proprietor 
Telephone: 413-662-2752 






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Class Of 83 

Congratulations 

From The 
Management And Staff At 



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THE 1983 MOHAWK 

NORTH ADAMS STATE 

COLLEGE YEARBOOK 



Yearbook Staff Members; 
Lisa Pelliccione (Business) 
Nancy Pratt (Business) 
Susan Cyr (Copy) 
Jill Braney (Copy) 
Denise L'Antigua (Layout) 
Lisa Hazard (Layout) 
Lissa Lasonde (Layout) 
Beth LaBelle (Layout) 
Julie Hall (Photography) 
Cheryl Derochers (Photo) 



Ellen Lloyd (Photo) 
Bill Girard (Photo) 
Lenny Houston (Photo) 
Cherrie Leighton (Photo) 
Linda Carty (Photo) 
Marilyn Strycharz (Photo) 
Barbara Medrik (Photo) 
Beverly Low (Photo) 
Jay Gauthier (Photo) 
Debra Sygdhall (Photo) 



Special thanks to John Daly for contributing much of the photography. 



Special thanks also to ALL the other 
people who contributed in both large 
and small ways to the completion of this 
book. 



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